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Philadelphia wanted to toss CSS from its adoption system because it refused to follow the program guidelines regarding LGBTQ families. CSS has now won in the Supreme Court, with Roberts writing:

"CSS seeks only an accommodation that will allow it to continue serving the children of Philadelphia in a manner consistent with its religious beliefs; it does not seek to impose those beliefs on anyone else," Roberts wrote.

Let me paraphrase that as: "CSS has the right to harm children by refusing to let them be adopted into legally qualified homes."

This is but another case study showing the problems associated with privatizing work government work to religious organizations.
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